The Best Beachside Restaurants And Bars In Hong Kong

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Spices, Repulse Bay

For beautiful Asian flavours, breezy cocktails and picturesque ocean views, make your way down to Spices at The Repulse Bay. This beachside spot features a gorgeous open-aired terrace, complete with spacious green lawns and tropical blooms – perfect for alfresco dining! Food-wise, expect fresh and authentic Asian cuisine, with plenty of vegan options. Highlights include the Thai Red Curry Barbecued Duck With Lychees ($248), which is packed full of delicate spices, along with the Braised Wagyu Oxtail Curry ($296) and the vegetarian Palak Paneer ($146). Bringing a touch of drama to your meal is the live Tandoori Station, serving up made-to order tandoori and naan. With all the colour and ambiance of a vibrant Eastern spice market, Spices is a bona-fide go-to for both casual gatherings and lively occasion dinners alike.

Spices, The Repulse Bay Arcade, 109 Repulse Bay Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 2292 2821,,

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Amalfitana, Repulse Bay

Sometimes, all we really want is pizza – even better if it comes with delicious cocktails, desserts and a gorgeous ocean view! With all these elements working perfectly together, Amalfitana is poised to give you a night to remember. Enjoy the colourful Italian murals and open kitchen (where you can see the professional pizzaiolos working their magic). Amalfitana also offers takeaway, so if you can’t get a table, take your pizza to go and enjoy it on the beach!

Sassy Tip: While the pizzas here are obviously a must-order, we’re also big fans of the Kale Caesar Salad ($100), not to mention the Nutella Pizza ($90) for dessert!

Amalfitana Artisan Pizza Bar, Shop 105, G/F, The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 2388 7787,,

Read more: The Best Pizza In Hong Kong: Slices For Every Occasion

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Limewood, Repulse Bay

With its open space design, Limewood is the perfect place to sip on a mojito and enjoy the fresh air. Indulge in easy, breezy tropical vibes that will make you feel like you’re a million miles away from the city. The menu at Limewood combines Southeast Asian, Mexican (we’re big fans of the guacamole!), Hawaiian and Caribbean flavours, with a speciality in BBQ, so you’re guaranteed to find something to satiate your appetite. Don’t forget to check out Limewood’s new breakfast offering too, available on Saturdays and Sundays (9am to 11am).

Sassy Tip: Limewood is always busy, so if you want to ensure you get a spot, make sure to book a table!

Limewood, Shop 103 & 104, G/F, The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 2866 8668,,

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Sip Song, Repulse Bay

Inspired by the beach culture of Southern Thailand, Sip Song is the place to go when your dream of a tropical getaway reaches fever pitch. With its relaxed, beach-chic interiors, vibrant food offering and smooth, easy cocktails, you’ll be transported to the Thai coast in no time. Menu-wise, the dishes take their cue from Bangkok’s night markets with a mix of street food classics. Our favourites include the Phad See Ew ($145), Tom Yum Going ($125) and, of course, Mango Sticky Rice ($75)!

Sip Song, The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 2328 8385,,

Read more: Sip Song: Casual Thai Dining And Drinks In Repulse Bay

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Coconuts Thai Bar & Grill, Deep Water Bay

Perfect for the long summer months, Coconuts Thai is open all day long and offers up a taste of modern Thai. Head down on weekdays to enjoy Gin O’Clock (from 5pm to 7:30pm) or at the weekend for a “Sunset Session“, complete with live DJs spinning a mix of deep house, dance, classics and electro.

Coconuts Thai Bar & Grill, G/F, West Block, Island Road, Deep Water Bay, Hong Kong, 2869 9631,

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Ben’s Back Beach Bar, Shek O

Ben’s Back Beach Bar is the perfect hangout, whether it’s post-hike (the Dragon’s Back trail ends here!) or after taking a dip in the sea at Shek O Back Beach. With a casual atmosphere, inexpensive drinks and an outdoor patio BBQ area, this is a great place to spend time with friends while sipping on cocktails and watching the sun go down!

Sassy Tip: Ben’s Back Bar is perfect for your furry friends to enjoy too, so don’t forget to bring them along after a day on the beach!

Ben’s Back Beach Bar, 273 Shek O Village, Shek O Back Beach, Hong Kong, 2809 2268

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Cococabana, Shek O

If you’ve been craving Mediterranean food then this al fresco restaurant is for you. Known for its Mediterranean inspired décor, cuisine and spacious terrace, Cococabana is great for a fresh and filling meal after a busy day at the beach. 

Cococabana, G/F, Shek O Beach Building, Shek O Beach, Hong Kong, 2812 2226,,

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Bathers, South Lantau

For a luxurious beachside experience, stop by Bathers (formerly known as The Beach House) in South Lantau. We love the open air and uninterrupted sea views here, matched with tasty grilled goodies and fresh seafood. Peak times are at 1pm, so aim to arrive before 12pm or after 2:30pm.

Sassy Tip: Bathers is also available to hire for beach wedding ceremonies and other private events – you can find out more here

Bathers, 32 Lower Cheung Sha Village, South Lantau, Hong Kong, 2504 4788,,

Read more: Alternative Wedding Venues In Hong Kong

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Zaks, Discovery Bay

Zaks is the largest restaurant on Discovery Bay’s oceanfront hub, complete with two storeys, a spacious terrace and stunning views. With an extensive menu featuring everything from modern Asian to fresh seafood, burgers and more, this is a great option for group dining!

Zaks, Shop G04, G/F, Block A, Discovery Bay Plaza, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, 3018 0189,,

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Treasure Island Beach Club, Pui O

Located at the former Mavericks restaurant space at Pui O, Treasure Island Beach Club comes complete with a sun terrace and bar, as well as a revamped menu with lots of tasty vegetarian and vegan dishes on offer. Listen to live music, grab a drink and enjoy Pui O’s legendary pink sunset. Remember, Treasure Island Beach Club is only open from Friday to Saturday!

Treasure Island Beach Club, Pui O Beach, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, 5236 7013,,

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Ming Kee Seafood Restaurant, Po Toi Island

If you’re the kind of person who craves seafood after a day at the beach, make your way over to Ming Kee Seafood Restaurant on Po Toi Island. We’ve heard that the calamari is to die forpair it with a bottle of ice cold beer for the ultimate in seafood feasts. Ming Kee is a great place to bring friends to escape the city, especially if you’re on a budget!

Ming Kee Seafood Restaurant, Tai Wan, Po Toi Island, Hong Kong, 2849 7038

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More beachside restaurants and bars worth checking out

Chuen Kee Seafood Restaurant, Sai Kung
With a Michelin Guide mention and a Lonely Planet feature under its belt, this family-run restaurant is not to be missed. Located on the waterfront in Sai Kung, it’s not quite beachside but the beautiful sea views more than make up for it. Opt for its famed fresh seafood (we like a classic steamed fish in soy sauce with ginger and spring onion), or arrive around lunchtime for some dim sum.

Chuen Kee Seafood Restaurant, 96 Man Nin Street, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, 2792 6938

Momentai, Sai Kung
This large, open-air bar and restaurant is a popular hangout for both locals and visitors alike. There’s a pool table, lots of comfy seating, a huge selection of craft beers and, best of all, a stunning view of the ocean.

Momentai, Kiosk 1, Sai Kung Waterfront, Wai Man Road, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, 2792 8991,,



Editor’s Note: This post was originally written by Bonnie Zheng on 22 June, 2016 and was most recently updated in June, 2020.

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